Ionizing Device Uses Water To Replace Chemical-Based Cleaners

Ionizing Device Uses Water To Replace Chemical-Based Cleaners
Innovation

ActivIon's Ionoator is a rechargeable device that transforms water into a potent cleaning fluid.

Kyle Studstill
  • 21 april 2010

ActivIon‘s Ionoator is a rechargeable device designed to replace chemical-based cleaning supplies. The device is filled with tap water, which is ionized, transforming it into a cleaning solution that attracts dirt in a way that models the action of conventional cleaners.

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